Day Two

When Ganesh resides in an artist’s studio

David Garrigues wrote recently in an instagram post:

“In yoga you have to accept that progress may be slow.  You have to be patient when learning eludes you. The effort that appears to yield no progress is not wasted. It’s your job to remain equanimious (sic). Your unceasing equanimity is the key that can unlock a treasure chest. Pushing against a stone that won’t budge has the potential to yield more gold then coasting along with a stone that has no resistance.”

Slow indeed.  Patient indeed.  What truer words have I heard lately?  Yet today I dropped back for the first time in several years.  I’m still working on the “unceasing equanimity” part.  I’ll let you know when I’ve got it down ;D.









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